The FTSE ASEAN Index Series represents stocks from the seven leading ASEAN financial markets:
Bursa Malaysia, Hanoi Stock Exchange, Ho Chi Minh Exchange, Indonesia Stock Exchange, The Philippine Stock
Exchange, Singapore Stock Exchange and the Stock Exchange of Thailand.
Its coverage includes large, mid and small cap constituents listed on the seven exchanges that make up
the ASEAN partnership. The majority of the indexes can be used as tools for the creation of index tracking
funds, derivatives and as a performance benchmark. The FTSE ASEAN Stars Index is intended as a barometer
and not to be used as the basis for investment products.
The indexes are calculated based on price and total return methodologies, both real time (FTSE/ASEAN
40 only) and end-of-day.
The index family includes:
- FTSE ASEAN All-Share Index - designed to represent the performance of large, mid and
small cap ASEAN companies from Indonesia, Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia, Thailand and Singapore.
- FTSE ASEAN All-Share Shariah Index - designed to reflect the Shariah compliant
companies as screened by Yasaar from the FTSE ASEAN All-Share Index.
- FTSE ASEAN Sector Indexes - The FTSE ASEAN All-Share Index will also be calculated at
Industry, Supersector and Sector levels using the Industry Classification Benchmark.
- FTSE/ASEAN 40 Index - designed to represent the performance of the largest companies
in the ASEAN region’s markets.
- FTSE ASEAN Stars Index - comprised of 30 companies from each ASEAN market and is intended
as a barometer and not to be used as the basis for investment products.
- FTSE ASEAN All-Share ex Developed Index - designed to represent the performance of all
the ex Developed countries in the FTSE ASEAN All-Share Index.
- FTSE4Good ASEAN 5 Index - constituents are selected and screened in accordance with
transparent and defined Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) criteria. The index has been
designed to identify companies with recognised corporate responsibility practices, listed on the
leading ASEAN financial markets: Bursa Malaysia, Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX), The Philippine
Exchange, Singapore Exchange (SGX), and The Stock Exchange of Thailand.